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Community Employment Accounts Supervisor/Finance

Libertys Recycling
Bluebell, Dublin
Full-time
Permanent

The ideal candidate will:- Have a full knowledge and understanding of Community Employment Schemes/DSP.- Have full accounts qualification and experience, accounts accredited.- Be proficient in SAGE Payroll and Tas Books Packages.- A minimum of Level 7 qualification.- Excellent Reporting skills.- Liaise with CEO's office as a team member to plan and provide for the finance programme.- Assist all with the compilation of annual budgets.- Operate as a supervisor team member reporting to management.- Liaise with DSP officer regarding all aspects of the scheme and participants and co-ordinating all budgets.

5 days ago

Air Product Specialist

Ireland
Full-time
Permanent

Our client a globally recognised logistics provider are seeking air products specialists to join the team in North Dublin just off the M50. This is an excellent opportunity to start with a company with opportunities to progress! Duties Include: · Provide Air Freight pricing to customers through both ad-hoc and global bid processes. · Provide Accounting back up with regard to Airline billing system. · Analyze file profitability. · Procure air freight spot pricing in support of the air freight export operation team. · Ability to work to tight deadlines Ensure operational compliance to all revenue and international trade legislative requirements, in addition to all company policies and procedures (H&S, Quality, Environmental, HR, etc), and work in a manner that supports the Company environment programme. Adheres and complies to rules and principles. Monitors compliance to global/regional pricing standards and makes needed changes Escalates need for decision making on risk taking through higher hierarchy levels Drives competitive pricing. Searches for best pricing solutions in order to maximize profitability ‒ Searches for best pricing solutions in order to maximize profitability ‒ Provides pricing for Sales growth on country level (includingvstandard factor-based pricing methodology), supports and follows up with Sales ‒ Executes country bid response, in particular qualimfication of bids received, formulation of bid strategy, gathering and checking of pricing inputs, consolidates country bid response Interacts with customers in alignment with Sales Ensures costs are captured accurately and makes needed changes if necessary. Contact Lorraine at Jacksonstone Recruitment on 01 (Apply online only) for further information on this andother similar roles quoting Jobs.ie as your reference. Established in 1999 we recruit throughout Wicklow, Wexford and Dublin. Jacksonstone Recruitment span across a diverse range of clients from local SME clients to large multinational corporations in many sectors including Office Staff, Accountancy& Finance, Financial Services, Sales & Marketing, Customer Service, Retail, Production & Manufacturing, Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical Life Science, Supply Chain, Logistics, Quality Control, QC Analysts, Biochemist, Temp jobs, Contract vacancies and Permanent roles. At Jacksonstone we endeavour to contact all candidates who apply to us directly, however, from time to time due to large volumes of applications we may not respond to you as quickly as hope. We will upload your information to our database and may contact you by telephone, post, text or email should we have any suitable roles matching you skillset. Your information will be stored on our database for a period of 3 years after our last communication upon which time we will contact you prior to removal of your details. You may opt out at any time by replying“unsubscribe” and if you wish to have all personal information removed from our database by responding “delete” to any communications we send. In applying for this role you are giving us consent to do so unless you request us not to in writing

NaN days ago

Trainee Recruitment Consultant (IT positions)

Allen Recruitment
Dublin
Full-time
Permanent

Trainee Recruitment Consultant (IT positions) Job Reference: BBBH 13089 EU citizenship or Stamp 4 required We are currently hiring trainee recruitment consultants to join our IT and non-IT recruitment teams. We offer structured Training Program, and the chance to develop a very rewarding career in an international environment, and to join a strong team, who support and challenge each other to continually grow and learn. You will specialise in some of these business areas: software/ web development, testing, networking/ IT engineering, IT project management, tech support, etc., hiring for many of the world’s best known multinational companies as well as niche SMEs, across EU locations. We are among the top trusted vendors for a lot of global pioneers who develop/ utilise the latest technology tools. Must-have skills to be considered for this job (it’s imperative that these are satisfied and come through clearly on the CV during your experience/ college/ extracurricular activities): * Honour’s degree; nice to have a post-graduate or master’s degree * Experience in a customer facing role or fast-paced office environment * Exceptional written and oral communications skills, with an excellent command of English* Leadership ability and winning mentality, motivated by success and career progression * Strong personality and of an outgoing nature to be able to work well as a team member * Outstanding attention to detail * As a Trainee/ Junior Recruitment Consultant, you need to be able to work hard, follow established processes, but also to take initiative when needed * Able to thrive within a fast-paced, target-driven environment, while maintaining high quality standards in the day to day work activities * Ability to showcase all above skills in your CV and throughout the interview process Daily Challenges: Trainee/ Junior Recruiter * Candidate Screening– you will be conducting high volume candidate screening, which includes reviewing job applicants and passive candidate profiles, and conducting telephone and onsite interviews to assess candidate suitability for Allen Recruitment vacancies * Candidate Management– you will be responsible for all communications with, and the management of your candidates during the recruitment process, from initial screening to the offer stage, working in conjunction with an experienced account manager Advanced/ Senior Recruiter * Candidate Searching / Sourcing– you will become an expert in searching our database and many other databases, identifying candidates with the right profiles for your clients’ needs. We have a tested and trusted method of searching, developed over 20 years, which we will teach you after you have successfully completed the initial training program *Client Communication– you will become a market expert who consults with clients on market trends, and candidate availability/ suitability. You need to communicate with our clients in a professional and informed manner, onsite, over the phone, and via email. What we offer: * Competitive Salary, with guaranteed bonus for the first 3 months * 22 days’ annual leave * Promotion is based on your billing, so you are in control of how quickly your career progresses. Each promotion comes with additional benefits, including: * Increased base salary * Company phone * Flexi hours * Additional days annual leave * Gym membership * Educational assistance * Health insurance * Pension contribution * Car allowance * Fabulous coffee, fruit, award and incentives scheme, and social outings * Career progression– as an expanding company we need recruiters to grow into Operations Team Leaders, Recruitment Account Managers, Business Development Managers. We only hire the best and promote from within. We do not offer VISA Sponsorship; all applicants must able to work in Ireland on the day of the application. Appliction Process: If you are interested in this position, send us your CV, accompanied by a cover letter, which we will review within 24hours. Allen Recruitment are an established Recruitment Consultancy Firm, based in London, Dublin, Cork, and Poland, with reputation for identifying rare skills and talent, and for providing excellent client service and quality candidate experience. We work with companies in the information technology, finance, and health industries, providing staff to fill both IT and non-IT jobs in Ireland, the UK, Poland, and beyond. The areas we specialise in include Software Programming, Testing, Networking, Finance, Project Management, HR, Customer Service, Sales, Marketing, Multilingual, and more

30+ days ago

Staff Nurse

 Beaumont Hospital
Dublin 9, Dublin
€28,768 - €45,248 per year
Full-time
Permanent

Post Title: Staff Nurse Post Status: Permanent ContractDepartment: Various Departments; Beaumont HospitalLocation: Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 9. Beaumont Hospital is experiencing significant change and improvements, with multi million euro upgrades announced for various services such as our Emergency Department and Laboratory Directorate. As such, we are hiring for a permanent Staff Nurse to join our highly dynamic, evolving nursing team across multiple specialties. We offer a range of fantastic benefits, educational supports and an opportunity to advance your career in one of Ireland’s leading hospitals. Salary: Appointment will be made on Staff Nurse Grade (€28,768- €45,248) at a point in line with Government pay policy.Hours of work: Normal working hours are 39 worked over 5 days but the appointee will attend at such other times as are required for the proper discharge of the duties of the office. This may require attendance outside normal working hours.Shortlisting criteria: Beaumont Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer

9 days ago

CNS in Malignant Melanoma

St. James's Hospital
South Dublin, Dublin
Full-time
Permanent

Role ProfileRole Title Clinical Nurse Specialist in Malignant MelanomaPurpose of the Role The purpose of this role is to deliver specialist nursing care in line with the five core concepts set out in the Framework for the Establishment of Clinical Nurse Specialist posts (4th edition), National Council for the Professional Development of Nursing and Midwifery (NCNM), 2008. The successful candidate will work as a member of the multidisciplinary team providing a patient centered quality and seamless service. Details of the The management of patients with Malignant Melanoma service/Background to the demands a broad range of professional skills and post knowledge, as well as skills in communication, leadership, teaching, education, research and counselling. The CNS will have the expertise and specialist knowledge to incorporate these skills into practice and so develop standards of care that benefit the patient. In so doing, the CNS will embrace the five core concepts of the clinical nurse specialist role to ensure the provision of a high quality holistic service for the patients in need of the service, and to enhance the health status of this patient population. The principle role of the CNS will be facilitating the journey of each patient diagnosed with Malignant Melanoma. This will usually start at the rapid access pigmented lesion clinic. Skills should include, but not limited to Dermoscopy, wound care, experience in care of patients with Malignant Melanoma and evidence of ability to lead nurse clinics. Dermatology procedures experience is a pivotal part of the role and should include involvement in excising biopsies as part of the patient’s diagnosis and follow up. He/she will work closely with the Dermatology and plastics team. He/she will be expected to be active in patient and staff teaching and keeping abreast of national and international guidelines. The position will work closely with Multi-Disciplinary team in SJH accepting referral from the hospital grouping as a whole. Department/Directorate Department of Dermatology, Med Directorate. Key Reports Operationally: CNM III Directorate Nurse Manager Professionally: Director of Nursing Sharon Slattery Clinically: Consultant Dr Patrick Ormond Key Direct Reports Staff Nurses, Support Staff, Student Nurses as appropriate On clinical matters only Grade CNM II Salary Scale €49,056 - €57,995 Job Reference Number 43882/19 Enquiries To Carolyn Treacy, (A) ADON Phone: (01) 4103141, Email: cconroy@stjames.ie Closing Date Sunday 27th January 2019 Key Duties, Roles and Responsibilities The purpose of this CNS post is to deliver care in line with the five core concepts of the role set out in the Framework for the Establishment of Clinical Nurse/Midwife Specialist Posts, 4th edition, National Council for the Professional Development of Nursing and Midwifery (NCNM) 2008 The management of patients with Malignant Melanoma demands a broad range of professional skills and knowledge provision of a high quality holistic service for the patients in need of the service, and to enhance the health status of this patient population. The post holder’s practice is based on the five core concepts of the CNS role as defined by the NCNM 4th edition (2008) in order to fulfil the role. The concepts are: consequently the post holder may be required to perform other duties as appropriate to the post which may be assigned to him/her from time to time and to contribute to the development of the post while in office. This Role Profile will be subject to review in the light of changing circumstances. Academic/Professional Qualifications and/or relevant Experience Required:  Registered General Nurse with The Nursing & Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI), or eligible to register with NMBI.  5 years post-registration experience in the acute hospital setting within the last 7 years.  A minimum of two years experience in the specialist area of dermatology.  Formal recognised post-registration education relevant to the area of specialist practice at level 8 (higher Diploma) according to the Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI), National Framework  Candidates without the relevant post-graduate level 8 specialist course will be appointed as Clinical Nurse Manager II initially, but must agree to complete within an agreed timeframe.  In circumstances where a candidate does not have the relevant qualification or no qualification is available in the relevant area then please -see Appendix 1.  Have the ability to practice safely and effectively fulfilling his/her professional responsibility within his/her scope of practice.  Have evidence of continuing professional development. Desirable:  Management experience  Nurse Prescribing Registration- or agree to undertake within an agreed timeframe, the nurse prescribing of Medicinal Products Certificate.  Dermoscopy  Experience in nurse led excision procedures  Wound Care Management Technical/Clinical Competencies Required:  IT skills  Experience in teaching and assessing junior staff/nursing students Desirable:  Venepuncture & Cannulation experience SJH Behavioural Competencies Competency Level The following “Descriptors” are a further clarification of Required Required the behaviours required. Candidates should use these descriptors as a “guide” when assessing their suitability for this role and also when preparing an example ofwhere they have demonstrated this competency in thepast for inclusion in the required Application Form.Problem Solving and 2  Able to act quickly to address urgent matters Decision Making  Is able to make decisions with the information that is available at the time when a decision is needed quickly  Consults with others to improve decision-making  Is able to recognise early warning signs of potential problems and takes pre-emptive action  Accurately anticipates likely consequences of actions/decisions (both short- and long-term)  Grasps how all decisions (both big and small) might affect other colleagues, Patients, departments or the hospital Communication 2  Keeps key people informed, sharing information in a timely and open manner.  Patiently explains things to others when asked  Clearly and confidently articulates ideas and opinions and their underlying rationale  Draws on a variety of communication methods to fit situation/ circumstances  Communicates with others in a way that builds consensus  Respects others’ views, in particular those of Staff of different grades and those who hold different posts  Documents important/relevant communications Planning and 2  Prioritises team workload and delegates tasks Organising effectively  Ensures most effective allocation and use of resources  Anticipates problems and issues and takes preventative action to address these  Manages competing and changing priorities  Consistently plans ahead to meet important deadlines  Prepares for implementation by ensuring adequate resources are in place  Communicates with others in relation to the plan, and their expectations of them  Plans in a realistic way vis a vis resources and time available Leadership 2  Embraces organisational change initiatives, filling structure/roles to support it  Contributes to the development of an environment where people can develop and flourish  Shows strong initiative; can work outside of standard protocol when necessary  Able to follow through on commitments and bring new ideas/initiatives to fruition (at local level)  Understands importance of getting input and commitment from others when seeking involvement  Motivate others to act. Quality and Safety 3  Designs metrics and measurements to capture Service current standards met/unmet. Takes corrective action and communicates same to all involved.  Is a self-starter who shows initiative, assumes 2 responsibility for results  Has patience and perseverance to see things through  Designs metrics and measurements to capture current standards met/unmet. Takes corrective action and communicates same to all involved. Continuous 3  Demonstrates a track record of effective Development- teaching/mentoring junior staff and is known as a Personal and valued resource. Professional 2  Holds self and others accountable for high standards.  Responds appropriately to unsafe and/or unprofessional practices  Presents at seminars / conferences.  Uses professional bodies to improve knowledge and resources  Stays abreast of new technologies/research relevant to chosen field  Looks to achieve personal and professional fulfilment Proficiency in the English languageA level of proficiency in the English language, written and spoken, is a requirement of all roles within St. James’s Hospital. You will be required to self-assess your proficiency level in the Standard Application Form. In addition,your proficiency in spoken English will be assessed during the interview process appropriate to the role available.Particulars of Office 1. The appointment to this post will be Full Time, Permanent & Pensionable. 2. Annual Leave allowance is 25 – 28 days per annum. Please note that annual leave allowances may be amended in line with directives from the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform in accordance with the Standardisation of annual leave and related allowances in the public sector. 3. The person appointed must not give less than one months’ notice, in writing, of intention to resign. 4. Normal working hours will be 39 per week.5. You will be required to work the agreed roster / on call arrangements advised to you by your line manager. Your contracted hours of work are liable to change between the hours of 8.00am - 8pm over seven days to meet the requirements for extended day services in accordance with the terms of the Framework Agreement General Conditions 1. The Hospital Board will not be responsible for the loss or theft of personal belongings. 2. Fire orders must be observed and staff must complete fire training every 2 years 3. All accidents within the department must be reported immediately. 4. In accordance with the “Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005”, all staff must comply with all safety regulations. 5. St James Hospital is a smoke free Campus. Smoking is not permitted within the Hospital Buildings or on the grounds. Confidentiality In the course of your employment you may have access to or hear information concerning the medical or personal affairs of patients and/or staff, or other health services business. Such records and information are strictly confidential and unless acting on the instructions of an authorised officer, on no account must information concerning staff, patients or other health service business be divulged or discussed except in the performance of normal duty. In addition records must never be left in such a manner that unauthorised persons can obtain access to them and must be kept in safe custody when no longer required. Health A candidate for and any person holding the office must be fully competent and capable of undertaking the duties attached to the office and be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service. Infection Control & Hygiene It is the responsibility of all staff across the hospital to ensure that infection control and hygiene standards are adhered to and maintained at all times. Recruitment Process  Approval to Hire (VAF process)  Hiring Manager – Role Profile  Advertising  Application Process (Standard Application Form)  Shortlisting of Candidates will be based on information provided in Standard Application Form  Interview Process  All applicants who move to the 2nd stage of the Selection process (i.e. post interview) will be subject to Reference Checking X 2, Self-Declaration, Garda Clearance, Occupational Health Screening (Questionnaire) and relevant Qualification/Professional Membership validation.  All successful candidates who take up appointment will be required to attend a 1 week Mandatory Induction Programme. For External Applicants: The Application Form is available under CNM & Specialists Posts section of Careers webpage. Alternatively, please contact the Human Resources Directorate for an application form, Phone: (01) 416 2559 or Email: nursejobs@stjames.ie Please note closing date Sunday 27th January 2019 for receipt of completed application forms, C.V.s will not be accepted. A Panel will be formed for which future vacancies will be filled St. James’ Hospital is an Equal Opportunities EmployerAppendix 1Where applicants are in the process of completing a relevant Masters Degree or Post Graduate Diploma/Higher Diploma level (QQI) major award, relevant to the area of specialist clinical practice at level 8 or above, he/she will be required to furnish HEI formal transcripts detailing the modules they have successfully completed. The applicant must demonstrate that they have successfully completed the required number of relevant modules that equates to a formal recognised post-registration qualification at Post Graduate Diploma/Higher Diploma level (QQI), or ECTS Credits equivalent to Post Graduate Diploma level as deemed by the HEI, relevant to the area of specialist clinical practice at level 8 or above. Refer to your local Director NMPD for guidance in relation to assessing individual cases. In exceptional circumstances where such a course of study relevant to the specialist area has not been developed and is not available, the following guidance should apply: Where the applicant has achieved a formal recognised post-registration major award in nursing/midwifery practice at level 8 or above, not in the area of specialist practice, the applicant must additionally demonstrate the following: The applicant must have successfully undertaken formal recognised post-registration clinical education and have acquired a QQI award e.g. certificate, module at level 8 or above relevant to the area of specialist practice – name the area prior to application. Or In very exceptional circumstances where a QQI award relevant to the area of specialist practice is not available, the applicant must demonstrate that he/she has successfully undertaken a substantial course/programme relevant to the specialist practice prior to application, which should be either academically accredited or endorsed by a relevant professional association. And The applicant must demonstrate relevant and ongoing continuous professional development (CPD).

4 days ago

6 X Executive Officer

Higher Education Authority
Dublin
€29,316 - €49,959 per year
Permanent
Contract

About the Higher Education AuthorityThe mission of the Higher Education Authority (HEA) is to create a higher education system thatmaximises opportunities and ensures a high-quality experience for students. The HEA is thestatutory funding body for the universities, institutes of technology and several designated highereducation institutions and advises the Minister for Education and Skills on the development of Irishhigher education.Arising from the National Strategy for Higher Education, the HEA is now playing a key role in leadingthe higher education system in the achievement of higher levels of performance. The HEA advisesthe Minister for Education and Skills on the objectives to be set for the higher education system andperformance indicators to be applied. It is the HEA’s responsibility to ensure that institutionalobjectives are aligned with national objectives, that appropriate metrics are in place to measureperformance and that funding allocations reflect performance. We are the lead agency in thecreation of a co-ordinated system of higher education institutions with clear and diverse rolesappropriate to their strengths and national needs.The HEA performs an advocacy role for higher education to students, Government, employers andthe general public and we input into the national policy agenda through the provision of high quality,research and evidence based policy advice to the Department of Education and Skills and otheragencies and Departments with significant interaction with the higher education system.The HEA recently published a new Strategic Plan for the period 2018-22 http://hea.ie/aboutus/strategic-plan/The Department of Education and Skills is proposing to put in place new legislation to more fullyreflect the HEA’s current central role and responsibilities in relation to higher education, in order tosupport higher education institutions to be the best in Europe.About the Irish Research Council (IRC)Established in mid-2012 under the Government’s Public Sector Reform Plan, the Irish ResearchCouncil, a merger of two former councils1 is an associated agency of the Department of Educationand Skills (DES) and operates under the aegis of the Higher Education Authority (HEA).The Council supports excellent research and enhances the provision of highly skilled human capitalby providing competitive funding across all disciplines for Masters and PhD scholarships and forPostdoctoral Research Fellowships. The Council also funds Principal Investigator-led research witha social, cultural and societal significance and participates in a range of EU-funded projects. Indelivering on its mission to ‘support excellent research and recognise creative individuals withinnovative ideas, thus enabling a vibrant research community which enriches Irish research, theeconomy and society’, the Council also partners on several initiatives with enterprise, employers,government departments and civic society.The Council is currently in the process of developing a new Strategic Plan.Context for the positionsThe HEA wishes to fill a number of posts both at permanent and fixed term contract level. In addition,the HEA wishes to establish a panel which will be used to fill positions arising from new programmesand projects which the HEA or IRC have been requested to manage. These positions may be filledon a permanent basis, longer term fixed term contract (2+ years) or for shorter periods to assist withspecific projects (3-6 months).A panel last for a 12-month period from the date of interviews will be established and will be usedto fill any subsequent permanent, longer or short term fixed term contracts.Arising from the expansion of the HEA’s work in managing the capital programme for HEIs the HEAwill be creating a new position for graduates of Architecture, Quantity Surveying, Civil orConstruction Engineering or similar programmes. This position will be filled on a 3-year fixed termbasis.Job DescriptionOther than the specialist position in Capital Programmes, the location of the other posts has yet tobe finalized although it is anticipated that there will be posts in the following sections – Access Policy,System Funding and Performance, Skills and Engagement, International Programmes and the IrishResearch Council. The general duties of Executive Officer include;• Assist with implementation of programmes and funding allocations to higher educationinstitutions• Assist with the development of evidence-based analysis and in the development of policy papersand/or reports Irish Research Council for the Humanities and Social Sciences (IRCHSS); Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering and Technology (IRCSET) • Preparation of material for reply – Parliamentary Questions, Freedom of Information Requestsetc.• Representation of the HEA/IRC at meetings, conferences etc.• Assist with the organisation of meetings, conferences and other events• Management of records and files in their section• Other duties appropriate to the gradeRequirements• Higher Education Qualification, preferably at NQF level 8 or higher (Architecture, QuantitySurveying, Civil or Construction Engineering or similar programme for the Capital Programmesposition)• Excellent organisational and project management skills• Excellent communication skills (verbal and written)• Good IT skills, including MS Excel, MS Word, MS Outlook and MS PowerPoint• Ability to work in an effective manner with other members of a team• Excellent time management skills• Ability to complete tasks to a very high standardDesirable• Knowledge and interest in Higher Education policy and development• Knowledge and experience of public sector administration• Scileanna láidre scríofa agus labhartha sa Ghaeilge• European language skillsFurther information on the work of the Higher Education Authority and the Irish Research Council isavailable at www.hea.ie and www.research.ieClosing date for applications 5.30pm Friday 1st February 2019 via email to recruit@hea.ie, for theattention of Mr. Padraic Mellett, HEA, Head of Corporate Affairs, Higher Education Authority.Alternatively applications can be sent by post to Mr. Padraic Mellett, HEA, Head of CorporateAffairs, Higher Education Authority, 3 Shelbourne Buildings, Shelbourne Road, Dublin D04 C2Y6.Informal queries relating to this position should be submitted to recruit@hea.ieThe HEA is an equal opportunities employer.Principal Conditions of ServicePart 1 (Conditions which particularly apply to this position)1. Pay: The salary scale for this position is as follows:PPC - €29,316, €31,331, €32,461, €34,365, €36,071, €37,720, €39,364, €40,974, €42,599, €44,182€45,811, €46,891, €48,427 (LS1), €49,959 (LS2) Increments may be awarded subject to satisfactory service and to changes in the terms andconditions relating to salary increments in the Civil/Public Service generally.The rate of remuneration may be adjusted from time to time in line with Government pay policy.Salary: The appointment will be made on the salary scale at a point in line with currentGovernment Pay Policy. New Entrants to the Civil or Public Sector, as defined in Circular 18/2010,will commence on the first point of the salary scale. Different pay and conditions may apply if,immediately prior to appointment, the appointee is a serving civil or public servant.2. Annual Leave: Annual Leave will be 23 working days, rising to 24 days after 5 years’ serviceand 25 days after 10 years’ service. This leave is exclusive of public holidays.3. Hours of Attendance: Working hours will be in accordance with the standard arrangementsfor HEA and will equate to no less than a 37 hours (net of rest breaks) per week.No additional payment will be made for extra attendance as the rate of remuneration payablecovers any exceptional extra attendance liability that may arise from time to time.4. Location: This position is currently based at 3 Shelbourne Buildings, Shelbourne Road,Dublin 4. This is 5 minutes’ walk from Lansdowne Dart Station and is serviced by a numberof bus routes including 4,7, and 18.Part II (Other conditions which apply generally to appointees to this position)1. Tenure: Three positions will be appointed on a permanent basis in the HEA in a number ofdifferent sections. Two positions will be appointed on a fixed-term basis. Other positions maybe filled on permanent, long-term or short-term fixed contract basis.The appointee must serve a probationary period, which normally will last for 12 months. Shouldthe appointee’s services be satisfactory as regards health, conduct and efficiency generallyduring the probationary period, the appointee, on completion of the period will be finallyappointed. Should the appointee’s services be unsatisfactory, the appointment may beterminated at any time during the period.2. Duties: The appointee will be expected to perform all acts, duties and obligations asappropriate to this position (which may be revised from time to time).3. Outside Employment: The position is whole-time and the appointee must avoid involvementin outside employment/business interests in conflict or in potential conflict with the business ofHEA. Clarification must be sought from management where any doubt arises.PPC (Personal Pension Contribution) Scale (for officers who are existing civil or public servantsappointed on or after 6 April 1995 or who are new entrants to the civil or public service and who aremaking a compulsory personal pension contribution).Different pay and conditions may apply if, prior to appointment, the appointee is an existing civil orpublic servant appointed prior to 6th April 1995. 4. Sick Leave: Sick leave with full pay may be allowed at the discretion of the Higher EducationAuthority in accordance with established procedures and conditions for the public servicegenerally.5. Retirement and Superannuation: The appointee will be offered public service pension termsand retirement age conditions in accordance with pension arrangements in the HEA dependingon the status of the successful appointee:a) In general, an individual who has no prior pensionable Public Service history in the 26 weeksprior to appointment will be a member of the Single Public Service Pension Scheme (SingleScheme) which commenced from 1 January 2013 (Section 10 of the Public Service Pensions(Single Scheme and Other Provisions) Act 2012 refers);b) An individual who is on secondment will remain a member of the parent organisation’s pensionscheme and the pensionable remuneration will be based on his/her substantive grade i.e. thegrade at which the individual is employed in his/her parent organisation;c) An individual who was a member of a “pre-existing public service pension scheme” asconstrued by the Public Service Pensions (Single Scheme and Other Provisions) Act 2012 andwho does not qualify for membership of the Single Scheme will be a member of the HEA’sStaff Superannuation Scheme and Associated Spouses and Children’s Scheme;d) At the time of being offered an appointment, the HEA in consultation with the Department ofEducation & Skills and the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform if necessary, will, inthe light of the appointee’s previous Public Service (and/or other) employment history,determine the appropriate pension terms and conditions to apply for the duration of theappointment. Appointees will be required to disclose their full public service history. Details ofthe appropriate superannuation provisions will be provided upon determination of appointee’sstatus;e) In accordance with the provisions of the Superannuation (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 2004staff may not retire before their 65th birthday unless it is on grounds of ill-health. Differentretirement arrangements apply to staff employed in the public service prior to theaforementioned 2004 Act;f) The following points should be noted:• Pension Accrual: A 40-year limit on total service that can be counted towards pension wherea person has been a member of more than one existing public service pension scheme willapply. This 40-year limit, which is provided for in the Public Service Pensions (Single Schemeand other Provisions) Act 2012 came into effect on 28 July 2012. This may have implicationsfor any appointee who has acquired pension rights in a previous public service employment.• Pension Abatement: The Public Service Pensions (Single Scheme and Other Provisions) Act2012 extended pension abatement so that a retiree’s public service pension is liable toabatement on re-entering public service employment, even where the new employment is in adifferent area of the public service. However, if the appointee was previously employed in theCivil Service and awarded a pension under voluntary early retirement arrangements (otherthan the Incentivised Scheme of Early Retirement (ISER) or the Health Service ExecutiveVER/VRS which, as outlined below, render a person ineligible for the competition) theentitlement to payment of that pension will cease with effect from the date of reappointment.Special arrangements will, however, be made for the reckoning of previous service given by the appointee for the purpose of any future superannuation award for which the appointee maybe eligible.• Department of Education and Skills Early Retirement Scheme for Teachers Circular102/2007: The Department of Education and Skills introduced an Early Retirement Schemefor Teachers. It is a condition of the Early Retirement Scheme that with the exception of thesituations set out in paragraphs 10.2 and 10.3 of the relevant circular, and with thoseexceptions only, if a teacher accepts early retirement under Strands 1, 2 or 3 of this schemeand is subsequently employed in any capacity in any area of the public sector, payment ofpension to that person under the scheme will immediately cease. Pension payments will,however, be resumed on the cesser of such employment or on the person’s 60th birthday,whichever is the later, but on resumption, the pension will be based on the person’s actualreckonable service as a teacher (i.e. the added years previously granted will not be taken intoaccount in the calculation of the pension payment).• Ill-Health Retirement: Please note that where an individual has retired from a Civil/PublicService body on the grounds of ill-health his/her pension from that employment may be subjectto review in accordance with the rules of ill-health retirement within the pension scheme of thatemployment.6. Pension Related Deduction: This appointment is subject to the pension-related deduction inaccordance with the Financial Emergency Measures in the Public Interest Act 2009. For furtherinformation in relation to public service superannuation issues please see the followingwebsite: http://per.gov.ie/pensions7. Eligibility to compete: Candidates should note that eligibility to compete is open to citizensof the European Economic Area (EEA). The EEA consists of the Member States of theEuropean Union along with Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.8. Incentivised Scheme for Early Retirement (ISER): It is a condition of the IncentivisedScheme for Early Retirement (ISER) as set out in Department of Finance Circular 12/09 thatretirees, under that Scheme, are debarred from applying for another position in the sameemployment or the same sector. Therefore, such retirees may not apply for this position.9. Department of Health and Children Circular (7/2010): The Department of Health Circular7/2010 dated 1 November 2010 introduced a Targeted Voluntary Early Retirement (VER)Scheme and Voluntary Redundancy Schemes (VRS). It is a condition of the VER scheme thatpersons availing of the scheme will not be eligible for re-employment in the public health sectoror in the wider public service or in a body wholly or mainly funded from public moneys. Thesame prohibition on re-employment applies under the VRS, except that the prohibition is for aperiod of 7 years, after which time any re-employment will require the approval of the Ministerfor Public Expenditure and Reform. People who availed of either of these schemes are noteligible to compete in this competition.

5 days ago

Catering Officer

Health Service Executive
Cork
€46,308 - €56,592 per year
Permanent

 Job Title and GradeCatering Officer, Grade I(Grade Code:4014) Campaign ReferenceHBS06547 Closing Date Monday 21 January 2019 at 12 noonProposed Interview Date (s)Mid February 2019 Taking up AppointmentA start date will be indicated at job offer stage.Location of PostSt. Finbarr’s Hospital, Douglas Road, Cork CHO Area 4  There is currently one permanent whole-time vacancy available in St. Finbarr’s Hospital, Cork. A panel may be formed for St. Finbarr’s Hospital, Douglas Road, Cork from which current and future, permanent and specified purpose vacancies of full or part-time duration may be filled.  Informal EnquiriesMs. Angela O’Sullivan, AdministrationEmail: AngelaM.OSullivan@hse.ieTel: (021) 4923320 Details of Service St. Finbarr’s Hospital is the largest public residential elderly care and rehabilitation facility in HSE South with a total bed compliment of 160 beds.The bed capacity is divided into 71 rehabilitation beds and 89 residential beds with an Assessment and Treatment Centre which provides a dedicated out patient service 5 days per week.The residential, rehabilitation and out-patients services for older people are led by a team of Consultants offering expert medical care within a Multidisciplinary team of Nurses, Allied Health Professionals and Support staff.The Support staff include Health Care Assistants (dedicated to supporting the role of the Nurse in service delivery) and Multi Task Attendants (dedicated to cleaning and ancillary duties). The hospital provides person-centred care to older persons and it is committed to ensuring safe and effective evidence based care delivery to resident’s and their families at all times.The Catering Department in St. Finbarr’s Hospital prepares and delivers meals to the Rehabilitation and Residential Ward kitchens and ensures that the food delivered is of the highest standards in line with Food Hygiene Regulations including H.A.C.C.P.and St. Finbarr’s Hospital policies and procedures Reporting RelationshipThe Catering Officer, Grade I will report to: ·         The Assistant Director of Nursing or Designated Officer·         Accountable to The Director of Nursing  The following staff will report to the Catering Officer, Grade I: ·         Chefs·         Catering Assistants – Multi-Task Attendants working in the General Kitchen·         Catering Assistants - Multi-Task Attendants working in the Ward KitchensPurpose of the Post  The Catering Officer will be responsible for the management of the catering team in the General Kitchen and the ward kitchens to ensure that the day to day provisions of meals are delivered to ward kitchens in line with HACCP standards and St. Finbarr’s Hospital policies and procedures. Principal Duties and Responsibilities ProfessionalThe Catering Officer, Grade I will:·         Be responsible for the daily management and on-going training of all catering and non-nursing support staff and involvement as required in the selection and recruitment of staff.·         Ensure that standards of service are maintained and all aspects of HACCP are adhered to as set out below.·         Ensure that the ordered foodstuffs and other material delivered to the Catering Department are of the nature, substance and quality set out in contract.·         Investigate patient/customer complaints and adhere to complaints procedure.·         Be responsible for devising and implementing the menu cycle in conjunction with the Chef and Dietetic Team.·         Assist in the identification and development of Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s).·         Be responsible for the organisation and control of kitchen work in the main kitchen and at ward level.·         Be responsible for the organisation and control of food delivery service to patients and staff.·         Organise and cater for special functions as requested from time to time by hospital management.·         Have involvement in layout, design and equipping the Main Kitchen and Ward Kitchens, planning repairs and other maintenance work and the replacement of equipment.·         Participate with other department heads in the management of the household and catering service.·         Be responsible for maintaining the highest standard of hygiene and general cleanliness within the hospital.·         Ensure decontamination of clinical areas in line with infection control guidelines. Liaise with the Infection Control Nurse.·         Ensure all cleaning documentation is up to date and available for inspection.·         Supervise Non-Nursing Support Staff in undertaking the personal care needs of the patients as requested by the Nursing Staff.·         Ensure adequate linen is available on a daily basis and that the quality is as set out on contract. Communicate on a regular basis with the contracted laundry and adjust standing order as requirements change.·         Attend training courses as required. ·         Participate in Hospital committees. ·         Be familiar with the National Hygiene Standards as required by HIQA.·         Be familiar with the Nutrition and Hydration HIQA Standards.·         Participate in hygiene audits and be actively involved in Action Plans and Quality Improvement Plans. ·         Understand and adhere to all HSE Policies, guidelines and procedures. Staff Management and SupervisionThe Catering Officer, Grade I will:·         Record and Management of rotas/rosters for all catering and non-nursing support staff in Bantry General Hospital.·         Be responsible for maintenance of attendance records and pay-roll returns. ·         Be responsible for monitoring and management of absenteeism and the control of sick leave and other leave for catering and non-nursing support staff. Be familiar with the public service sick leave scheme and undertake the back to work interviews.·         Promote good industrial relations with staff and staff representatives and deal with industrial relations in accordance with hospital policy.·         Perform a management role in grievance/disciplinary procedures and other industrial relations issues.·         Implement and assist in the development of training and induction for staff and identify training needs.·         Advise and assist with recruitment of Catering and Non-Nursing support staff including participation on interview boards.·         Ensure regular scheduled meetings between all grades of staff assigned to catering and household.·         Record and circulate minutes of same thus ensuring good communications are developed and maintained.·         Keep all cleaning schedules and audits updated and accessible to all staff.Budgetary:The Catering Officer, Grade I will be responsible for:·         Monitoring and controlling the cost of the Catering and Household service in the hospital ensuring the economical use of resources i.e. personnel, provisions, equipment, non-food materials etc. within the departments.·         Procurement of provisions and catering and household supplies.·         The management of staff dining facility and the charging of the appropriate fees of the service.·         Ensuring stock is rotated and that a portion of the budget is assigned to the replacement of soft furnishing supplies such as curtains, pillows etc.Hygiene and HACCPThe Catering Officer, Grade I will:·         Ensure that the Food Hygiene Regulations are strictly adhered to including H.A.C.C.P and that all required and relevant documentation is maintained.The above Job Specification is not intended to be a comprehensive list of all duties involved and consequently, the post holder may be required to perform other duties as appropriate to the post which may be assigned to him/her from time to time and to contribute to the development of the post while in office. Eligibility Criteria Qualifications and/ or experience Candidates must at the latest date of application: 1. Professional Qualifications, Experience, etc. a)     Have one of the following qualifications (or equivalent):i)      A Degree, Diploma or Certificate in Hotel and Catering Management or Institutional Management granted by a recognised College after a course of not less than two years. Orii)     A Diploma in Dietetics granted by a recognised College.Andb)    Have at least three years’ satisfactory experience in the direction and control of the catering arrangements for an institution or other establishment catering for a minimum of 200 persons per day.Orc)     Have a total of at least five year's satisfactory experience in the direction and control or in assisting in the direction and control of the catering arrangements for an institution or other establishment catering for a minimum of 200 persons per day.Andd) The requisite knowledge and ability (including a high standard of suitability and management ability) for the proper discharge of the duties of the office. 2. AgeAge restrictions shall only apply to a candidate where he/she is not classified as a new entrant (within the meaning of the Public Service Superannuation Act, 2004). A candidate who is not classified as a new entrant must be under 65 years of age on the first day of the month in which the latest date for receiving completed application forms for the office occurs. 3. HealthA candidate for and any person holding the office must be fully competent and capable of undertaking the duties attached to the office and be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service.  4. CharacterEach candidate for and any person holding the office must be of good character.  Post Specific Requirements Demonstrate depth and breadth of experience in staff management in the area of catering including:·         supervision, welfare, discipline, induction and training of staff particularly in hospital or catering organisations as relevant to the role.  Other requirements specific to the postN/A  Skills, competencies and/or knowledge  Candidates must:·         Demonstrate a high level of catering management knowledge and skills. ·         Demonstrate knowledge of policies and procedures relevant to safe practice within the Catering and Household Department.·         Demonstrate knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning and coordination of people and resources.·         Demonstrate a commitment to continuing professional development.·         Demonstrate excellent organisational skills including the ability to plan and manage resources.·         Demonstrate ability to cope with challenging deadlines and effectively handle multiple tasks.·         Demonstrate innovation and creativity to deal with any crises that may arise within his/her area of responsibility. ·         Demonstrate a flexible approach to work. ·         Demonstrate ability to plan and manage change.·         Demonstrate ability to deliver change within an organisation. ·         Demonstrate a commitment to delivering a high quality, person centred service.·         Demonstrate an ability to supervise, manage and motivate a team.·         Demonstrate leadership and team building skills including the ability to work with multi-disciplinary team members.·         Demonstrate an ability to recognise the training needs of others.·         Demonstrates sound practical judgement and decisiveness including evidence of ability to empathise with and treat patients/relatives and colleagues with dignity and respect. ·         Demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills in order to deal effectively with a wide range of stakeholders including the ability to present information in a clear and concise manner.·         Demonstrate IT skills as relevant to the role. Campaign Specific Selection Process Ranking/Shortlisting / InterviewA ranking and or shortlisting exercise may be carried out on the basis of information supplied in your application form. The criteria for ranking and or shortlisting are based on the requirements of the post as outlined in the eligibility criteria and skills, competencies and/or knowledge section of this job specification. Therefore it is very important that you think about your experience in light of those requirements.  Failure to include information regarding these requirements may result in you not being called forward to the next stage of the selection process.  Those successful at the ranking stage of this process (where applied) will be placed on an order of merit and will be called to interview in ‘bands’ depending on the service needs of the organisation. Code of PracticeThe Health Service Executive will run this campaign in compliance with the Code of Practice prepared by the Commission for Public Service Appointments (CPSA). The Code of Practice sets out how the core principles of probity, merit, equity and fairness might be applied on a principle basis. The Code also specifies the responsibilities placed on candidates, facilities for feedback to applicants on matters relating to their application when requested, and outlines procedures in relation to requests for a review of the recruitment and selection process and review in relation to allegations of a breach of the Code of Practice. Additional information on the HSE’s review process is available in the document posted with each vacancy entitled “Code of Practice, Information for Candidates”. Codes of practice are published by the CPSA and are available on www.hse.ie/eng/staff/jobs in the document posted with each vacancy entitled “Code of Practice, Information for Candidates” or on www.cpsa.ie. The reform programme outlined for the Health Services may impact on this role and as structures change the job specification may be reviewed. This job specification is a guide to the general range of duties assigned to the post holder. It is intended to be neither definitive nor restrictive and is subject to periodic review with the employee concerned.    Catering Officer, Grade ITerms and Conditions of Employment Tenure The current vacancy available is permanent and whole-time.  The post is pensionable. A panel may be created from which permanent and specified purpose vacancies of full or part time duration may be filled. The tenure of these posts will be indicated at “expression of interest” stage.  Appointment as an employee of the Health Service Executive is governed by the Health Act 2004 and the Public Service Management (Recruitment and Appointments) Act 2004 and Public Service Management (Recruitment and Appointments) Amendment Act 2013. Remuneration The salary scale for the post is (as at 01/01/18):  €46,308 – €47,423 – €48,772 – €51,305 – €52,816 – €54,702 – €56,592 LSIs Working Week The standard working week applying to the post is to be confirmed at Job Offer stage.

NaN days ago

Cleaning Operative

Lakethorne Ltd
Kensington
£9 an hour
Permanent

£9 an hourPermanentCleaning Supervisor required in the area of Kensington for a prestigious contract .(Immediate Start). (Ashbourne College)

29 days ago

Cleaning Operative

AGS Support Services
Greater London
£10.20 an hour
Permanent
Temporary

£10.20 an hourTemporaryAGS Support Services is recruiting Cleaning Operatives to work for one of its major clients at various London underground stations.You will require a Sentinel card with ICI for this position. Only apply if you obtain the Sentinel card.You must have:

29 days ago

General Operative

Adamson Construction
London
Full-time
Permanent

PermanentDetails: Full Time Permanent: 5 Days/Week Normal Hours: 8:00am-4:30pm Wages: depending on experience Job Description: Adamson Construction are seeking a General Operative who has relevant experience within the Industrial and Commercial construction sectors. To carry out construction tasks, operate equipment and use materials in accordance with all procedures, rules and policies of the Company. There will be other ad hoc tasks which will require the skills of a General Operative. The candidate will be able to demonstrate good customer care skills and to produce work to the appropriate standard. To have basic knowledge of Health and Safety requirements and how it applies to their job. The ideal candidate will be consistent, enthusiastic, responsive and flexible with an eye for detail and a desire to produce quality work. The candidate will receive an induction and we provide training for specific equipment (e.g. PASMA/IPAF) where necessary, but not vocational training such as an NVQ. The candidate should have their own tools, driving licence and transport. Primary responsibilities will include:Please send your CV to enquiries@adamson.co.uk

29 days ago
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